Saturday, December 19, 2015

Nope, still no "cold" beer from grocery and convenience stores in Indiana.

We needn't be legal scholars to focus on just these words: "Immediately consumable cold beer." One sense there might be a revolution in the offing if Bud Light Lime could be consumed at a warm temperature.

Maybe as a toddy.

Grocery, convenience stores can't sell cold beer, appeals court says, by Kristine Guerra (Indy Star)

... "Indiana explains that the goal of this regulatory scheme is to curb underage beer consumption by limiting the sale of immediately consumable cold beer," the opinion says.

In other court news, "Monarch Beverage Co., the state's largest wholesaler of beer and wine, lost a legal battle to allow it to distribute both beer and liquor."

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